Report of the FAO Global Survey of Pesticide Susceptibility of Stored Grain Pests
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1976 - Agricultural pests - 297 pages
Conclusions arising from the report. Conduct of the survey. The major cereals and their important storage pests. The pesticides in common use in grain storage. Occurrence of resistance in stored cereal insects. The general problem of resistance in stored cereal insects.
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C0NDUCT 0F THE SURVEY
THE MAJ0R CEREALS AND THEIR IMP0RTANT ST0RAGE PESTS
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